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JAMIE LYNCH

Jamie Lynch

Following on from Andy Capp, Jeff Stelling, Philip Middlemiss (Des Barnes from Corrie), Wayne Sleep and John Darwin (the ‘Canoe Man’), Jamie Lynch is the latest son of Hartlepool to make it big. Overcoming his north-eastern twang, Jamie – or Lynchy as he’s better known – has climbed the ranks in his decade at Timeform, including several years as a racecourse reporter, and now finds himself with the lofty title of Chief Correspondent. Follow Jamie on Twitter @LynchyTF

HORSE RACING FEATURES - LYNCH

  • Jamie Lynch: Thanks for the memories

    Jamie Lynch: Thanks for the memories

    In his final column – after being shown the whip for the last time and outstaying most of his rivals in a 19-year marathon contest – a Sky Sports Racing-bound Jamie Lynch bids goodbye to Timeform.

  • Laurina: Focus on the Flat Formula

    Laurina: Focus on the Flat Formula

    In the week of the latest forfeit stage for the Champion Hurdle, Jamie Lynch applies some Flat principles to Laurina’s disputable price.

  • Samcro: Science and a stepping Stone

    Samcro: Science and a stepping Stone

    Such was Samcro’s status and significance to the season that the world made a little less sense after his defeat at Down Royal. Jamie Lynch tries to rationalise the result, in various contexts, and identifies a scheming solution to a problem of pace.

  • Jamie Lynch: Top 5 Breeders’ Cup Moments

    Jamie Lynch: Top 5 Breeders’ Cup Moments

    Ahead of the latest edition of the self-styled World Thoroughbred Championships, Jamie Lynch picks out, in reverse order, his favourite five races in the 34-year history of the Breeders’ Cup

  • Weekend Preview: The chapters of Champions Day

    Weekend Preview: The chapters of Champions Day

    Assessing the main stories and stars, Jamie Lynch takes a lingering look at the main events on QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday and gives his top tips.

  • Weekend Preview: Dewhurst a pointer and not the point

    Weekend Preview: Dewhurst a pointer and not the point

    Taking a step back from the specifics of a special-looking Dewhurst on Saturday, Jamie Lynch paints a bigger picture of the two-year-olds and what it means for those by-passing Newmarket.

  • Rating Review: Wissahickon worth the weight

    Rating Review: Wissahickon worth the weight

    It’s understandable why a lot of people were set back on their heels when Timeform published its punchy rating for handicap winner Wissahickon, on a par with the Derby winner. Jamie Lynch provides some reasoning and rationale behind it, while exploring the concept of ‘Group horses in handicaps’.

  • Weekend Preview: True potential in the Mill Reef

    Weekend Preview: True potential in the Mill Reef

    In his weekend preview, on his way to singling out one in the Mill Reef, Jamie Lynch takes an overview of the classy cast of two-year-olds we’ve got this year, in the context of some of the heaviest-hitting juvenile crops in history.

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